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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1946 Less Spread, More For Farmers Aim Warns Catholics Of Service Clubs Q-.K-. May A pastoral leUer by Msgr. Eugene limoses, cisiiop of lion- launer. Calgary To Build Four New Schools i CALGARY. May bylaw authorizing the expenditure or SI.-, 30O.OOO for the coasircction of four. ne-nr schools ivas passed a: a spe-' of the Calgary school' DEWITT MacKENZlE SAYS Molotov and Byrnes Make Cases Clear No Membership For Conscriptees In Edmonton Legion Promote Farm Strike Proposal Mazeralt Will Be Milk River Ships Sentenced Saturday 3fton Bushels EDMONTON. May executive of the Alberia Farmers" Union claiming a sieaibeisiup of 28 esded a three-day meeting 'an EDMONTON. May {scripted service oersonnel not ibe adoiitted to membership la the branch of the Canadian! last night, it plans dravra for !Lesion. J. Williams. sec- extensile campaign[ c. ilcRsier of the OTTAWA. May VT. MazefalL 30, National Research employee convict- ed of conspiracy in the Soviet es- pionage case, will be sentenced nest Saturday by Chief Justice James Csiario high i Inverchapei Won't Own Secretary Byrnes on Tues- j bee City. A press statement said the union's; a 10-day iriaL fiaiiv ceniec tne criarge uiace- on a report that the; SCO locals throughout the --je instructed to carry out an J t a view Manning Answers MILK Milk River went into the lionaire" class Thursday. Just to pace the cheerins crop prospects int a inch rainfall, the car was sapped today that put Milk River over the milhon- bushel mark for wheat ship- ments since this crop year start- ed last Aus- 1- included thier to "We need more regulations, not less, and more education and more he said- Officers elected at the closing session of ihe conference were: Rev. N. R- Braa. president Workers of Rev. R.'G. Thompson. Edmonton, _______ ______ ._ enforce their secretary; Rev. H. 3. Stainton, Ed- demands for a 40-hour week and j monton. first and MORGAX TO KETCKN TO PRISON CALGARY, May J. S. Mavor. who acted for the State of California ia the rtcent extradition hearing of Ralph Jerome Selz. alias Cpl. R. J. iTiny) Morgan, disclosed he wfll leave here, Calgary, under guard Thursday morning for a California, prison where he trill resume a life sentence for mur- der. Mr. Ferguson's resignation was j announced by Free Press publisher Victor Sif ton May 15. He will be I succeeded by Grant Dexter, formerly j the newspaper's associate editor and Ottawa correspondent. DUE TO DOCK StJNDAT HALIFAX, May liner Lady Nelson, carrying more than 200 dependents of Canadian ser- vicemen and 82 hospitalized Cana- dian veterans, will arrive here Sun- cay, military authorities aanounc- ecT union representative, said here to- TOUT fitmijy tires of plain milt try them witb a delightfully appetizing rennet-custard made in a jifiy with "JUNKET" RENNET POWDER. Sweetened, and ia six different fiarours. Preserves all the high food raiae of tniHr and adds an appetizing, easy-to-make that's good for the whole family. province are: C. B. Leopard, Cklgarv; Rev. J. W. E'ainbridge, Mr. March said this assurance was High River; Mrs._Ailce Grevett. Cal- j given Canadian delegates at an ia- held reeentlv Sceei workers in Canada are de- _, mancing a 40-hour weei and {_ OTJSCnpt lOtl Oi minimum take-home pay of S33.60 a -jwacrp FOOCI- S- Tarocrt, Cmnuim JUNKET RENNET POWDER 3IALONE NOW BRIGADIER WINNIPEG. May j tary authorities here todav an- i nounced the appointment, of Col. R. JS. Malone as officer commanding the 16th infantry brigade and his 'promotion to brigadier. The bri- j gace is composed of IS re- I each two months formerly director of public relations j aiose up in Oie jasr f i _ f ._ lo-y ear-olds Goes Un LOXDOX. May Labor Minister George xsaacs today an- nounced a British policy of con- tinued conscription of 13-year-old nssn to maintain a draftss armed force until inid-lS50. AU men drafted during IS47 will serTe of MRS. BROWN COULDN'T KEEP A SECRET "Secrets make Mrs. Brown uneasy. So when "we praised the flavour of her tea, she simply had to tell us she used brisk tasting Lipton's Tea is Yes, everybody who tries Lipton's eager to broadcast the good news about that brisk Lipton flavour so fresh, so lively, so full-bodied. never flat or insipid. There's a good teatime coming to you the moment you try Lipton's. Ask your grocer today for brisk tasting Lipton's Tea. 1548, conscripts' service will be reduced so up in the iasr two months of 1943 will serve only a year and a half. Mr. Isaacs told the house of Commons. Women's branches cf the army, navy and air force will be continued on z voluntary tiasis, he said. ACSSD3 COAL MINERS THREATEN TO STRIKE STDNET, Australia, May Coal miners in Australia are threat- ening another big strike unless their demands for state control of ihe industrv in New South Wales are granted. The last; general strike of Australia's 27.000 coal miners was in December. The miners were joined bv the steelworkers and se men, and the effect of the strike was disastrous to industry. About 550.000 tons of coal and worth of production was lost. RETURN VERDICT IN TOTS DEATH AT MINAKI MTNAKI- Ont- May verdict of death as a result of shock fracture and haemorrhage of the head accompanied by laceration of the brain tissue at the hands of person or persons unknown was returned at an inquest into the death of three-year-bid Joan Smith, Wednesday. NEW HIGH FOR BtTLI, OAKVTU-E, Ont.. May The highest price ever paid for a bull sold at public auction in Can- ada. SI5.20Q. was paid at the Nation- al Holstein sale hers Wednesday for an ll-month-old Holstein bull Rag Apple Yalta. The bull was consigned by Senator D. Raymond of Baudruil, Quebec, and was purchased jointly by H. L. Guilbert. Vercheres. Que., and W. A. Hogge, St. Laurent, Quebec. NEW HIGH COMMISSIONER. PROVES POOR SAILOR OTTAWA, May sr.d blond Sir Alexander Clutterbuck, new British high commissioner to Canada, arrived here Wednesday after an ocean trip which he rue- fully recounted hac given him and family "stomach trouble." He told reporters he had no particular observations to make. GROMTKO'S WARNING NEW TORS, May drei Gromyko. Russian delegate to the United Nations security coun- cil, said last night "not everything is well within" the UJtf. and "the attempts to use the organisation as a tool in the hands of one country or a gmail group of countries can lead to far-reaching, undesirable, negative conseouences." He said if what he termed the policy of domi- riation is not abandoned it may cause "serious and nossibly irrepar- able harm" to the U.N. and "to the whole cause of maintaining peace and security." Mr. Gromyko ad- dressed a rally In Madison Square Garden, sponsored bv the National Council of American-Soviet Friend- ship, in honor of three visiting So- viet writers. MILLION MORE FOE. VETS' SMALL HOLDINGS OTTAWA, Slay The government, by order-in- has agreed to reduce the over-all cost of the construc- tion program tinder the small holdings clause of the Veterans" Land Act by it was Icarnsd here. The effect will benefit those veterans who wish to take up homes built by the act on small plots of ground on the outskirts of cities and towns. The small holdings were designed to aid veterans in low- income Brackets by giving them a chance to do part-time farm- ing, bee-keeping or ether things. JUST WORTH 20 CENTS BUDAPEST, Mav new pengo note, which be- fore war would have been worth went into circulation this week and its purchasing power in this inflation-ridden country was 20 cents. With the price of paper and engraving soarine. the govern- ment is preparing a pecgo note. For Immediate Sale LARGE STOCKS OF ROUGH NATIVE FIR PLANKS AND SIZES AND LENGTHS FROM 2x6 to 12x12. Order Your Requirements Now ATLAS LUMBER COMPANY LTD, 1602 Third Avenue S. Phone 2384 WHY I S YOUR SO MUCH WHITER THAN MINE? WHITE CLEAN CLOTHES TAKES RINSO WHISTLE WASH! YES, SOAPY whiter than ever without hard work! Even ground-in dirt vanishes in no time with a light finger- tip rub. Gentle Rinso suds make whites come gleaming white, washable colors sparkling bright because they get out MORE SAFELY. Fxnd out how marvelous Rinso really is in your tub or washer. Get a package of New 1946 Rinso today! YOU'LL NEVER BE SATISFIED WITH ANYTHING ELSE ONCE YOU SEE RINSO WHITENESS FMMJCT CHANGE TO RINSO AND -WHISTLE YOU WASH ;